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Synonyms for fork

Synonyms for fork

something resembling or structurally analogous to a tree branch

to separate into branches or branchlike parts

fork out: to distribute (money) as payment

Synonyms for fork

cutlery used for serving and eating food

the act of branching out or dividing into branches

the region of the angle formed by the junction of two branches

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an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging

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the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk

lift with a pitchfork

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place under attack with one's own pieces, of two enemy pieces

divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork

shape like a fork

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Apricot provided a fruity counterpoint to rich meat, while clove and Indian long pepper kept calling me back for yet another forkful.
The product was removed after teenager Fayah Hussain, a Muslim who only eats halal meat, was physically sick after swallowing a forkful of the food, labelled with a green V to denote vegetarian cuisine.
Nil points for presentation", I said to the Man-in-Charge as I lifted a forkful of beef stewed for four hours in beer and nibbled a piece of shredded pork, "but I have to say it tastes good.
You need something nice and dry to cut through the richness of eggs, Hollandaise sauce or salmon plus the bubbles help to clean the palate ready for the next forkful.
As the horse plodded along, the ropes would stiffen, the pulleys would shudder and the big forkful of hay would be lifted off the wagon and up to an iron track on which it would roll along until my father pulled the release.
The risotto was beautifully moist and well seasoned with a generous portion of mackerel and the refreshing taste of garden peas popping in my mouth with every forkful.
The egg on top adds to the moist texture, especially when you scoop up some sauce, meatloaf and egg all in the same forkful.
Make sure to pick up a forkful combining the delicate fish, a salty sliver of olive and fragrant basil, and follow with the clever black bread and winkle butter, which give another hit of the ocean without being at all fishy.
IN the six seconds it took you to enjoy your first forkful of turkey on Christmas Day, a child will have died of malnutrition.
When they were tiny I was very mean and would only allow two chocolate buttons at a time or if they were really good they could have six Smarties after dinner as a reward for eating all their spinach - or in youngest's case, a forkful of anything on his plate.
Across the room, Shannon Kane bit down on her first forkful ever of corn pudding.
Even as that blend of African and English is washing away like the shore, you can still have a taste of 'Fuskie in a forkful of Pop's Smuttered Muller or Sea Island Okra Gumbo,'" Robinson writes.
CHOMP: Cat shoves in first forkful of pub food; CHEW: Salad has no chance as she tucks in; GULP: Cat barely tastes it before swallowing; DEELEY-MOUTHED: Cat finds her food a bite too much
Before you take that next forkful of food, be thankful.
In a few hours the decomposing will begin and unless prevented by sods or a forkful of vegetables will break into a blaze.